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Thanks. I appreciate the info. But didn't someone say that CA was a state where it was in effect?
I could look it up but I am head deep in some AWS work. I seldom get involved in these discussions, as you know. But since I work in CA a lot, I was interested. I'm working through an agency there right now, as a matter of fact, and there is nothing about this either way in my contract.
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It also only applied to the four states the Sixth Circuit court has jurisdiction over. In order to apply nationwide it would have to be upheld on appeal by the SCOTUS.
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